Question about Watches
Mt Rushmore Design on Case Black Hills Gold Men's Black Face Pocket Watch I need to know if its wind up or battery operated?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All you prepare a piece of jewelry screw.There will be very tiny screw in the side of the band you better screw it carefully and when the screw is out detach it,and size it that's you like size comes out.That all if want to resize desame what did in the other side. Always do it slowly so there no scratch or visual impaired damaged.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
First you have to get an eyeglass and examine watch caseback. Can you see the joint or is it monoblock? If there is joint, get strong knife and press into it. Some of watch casebacks are very tight, so, apply great pressure but do not let the blade slip or you will damage the movement.
If the case is monoblock, then you have to open it from dial side.
Be very carefull when doing it as any slip of the blade will damage your watch.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
First -let's check out what type of watch you have. If you push the crown in and it turns freely back and forth with no resistance at all - this is battery driven watch.
If you do the same and feel and hear some clicking and resistance- this is mechanical (spring driven) watch.
Next - the case: Usually all pocket watches have snap-on casebacks. Take an eyeglass and examine the case. Even if you think there is no any grooves or gaps- try to pry it using watchmakers caseback opener (about $5 on ebay).
In case if there are no chance to open caseback - that means you have one of the cases assemblad watch glass fitted last and that means you have to take glass out first and then only to get to the movement.
As you will not be able to get the glass out without braking it, the only solution will be to visit your nearest watchmakers shop and ask for help.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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